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Matthew Yglesias implies national debt is no big deal because companies borrow all the time

The last time we checked in with Slate economics writer Matthew Yglesias, he was discovering the problem of long-term unemployment.

Now the wunderkind is back with another great insight. Companies go into debt quite often. Therefore, Yglesias implies, there clearly is no reason to worry about government debt.

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